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How Asia came to dominate chipmaking and what the U.S. wants to do about it – CNBC

A global semiconductor shortage and tensions with China have bolstered U.S. scrutiny of the supply chain and created a drive to regain leadership.

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GUANGZHOU, China If you talk about chipmaking, two companies usually spring to mind Taiwan’s TSMC and South Korea’s Samsung Electronics. The two Asian firms combined control more than 70% of the semiconductor manufacturing market.
The U.S., which was once a leader, lags behind in this space after monumental shifts in the business models in the semiconductor industry.
But a global semiconductor shortage and geopolitical tensions…

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